TV tonight: Hurricane relief benefit, 'Mindy Project' returns

TV tonight: Hurricane relief benefit, 'Mindy Project' returnsEntertainment

On Tuesday, organizers of an upcoming benefit to raise funds for the victims of Hurricane Harvey announced that singer Beyonce and actor George Clooney will headline a telethon which will air live on September 12th. USA TODAY

Hand in Hand: A Benefit for Hurricane Relief
Various networks
8 ET/PT

Celebrities including  Beyoncé and Oprah Winfrey are turning up for hurricane relief. The Hand in Hand telethon is a one-hour live (on the East Coast) event that benefits organizations working to help deal with the effects of Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma. The special is being simulcast on 10 networks: ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, CMT, Bravo, E!, HBO, MTV and Oxygen. It’s scheduled to feature appearances or performances from George Clooney, Karlie Kloss and Blake Shelton. 

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The Mindy Project
Hulu

Mindy Lahiri is back for one last season. Mindy Kaling’s sitcom, which began on Fox, returns to the streaming service for its sixth and final season, and there is plenty of drama left for the Shulman & Associates employees. In the season premiere, Mindy adjusts to married life with Ben (Bryan Greenberg), Jeremy (Ed Weeks) attempts to move forward with Anna (Rebecca Rittenhouse) and Tamra (Xosha Roquemore) makes a huge decision. 

America’s Got Talent
NBC, 9 ET/PT

The reality competition series moves back an hour to accommodate the Hand in Hand telethon. The second round of semi-finals features performances from acts including deaf singer Mandy Harvey; Christian Guardino, a 16-year-old singer; and Angelica Hale, a 9-year-old singer.  All received a golden buzzer this season, and are competing for a spot in next week’s finals. 

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